Emily Bisaga Dunne recently joined Autodesk in the Americas AEC Team as a Premium Support Specialist for Generative Design / BIM. Emily was most recently employed by CBT Architects in Boston as a Design Technologist. At CBT, Emily reviewed and developed existing BIM workflows for departments such as workplace, hospitality, multifamily development and academic while conceptualizing new processes and strategies for integrating emerging applications such as Project Fractal. Emily’s most recent presentation to the firm involved an introduction to the possibilities of generative design for BIM models with shell iteration requirements.
Emily worked with BIM managers at CBT to develop the Revit template, to define BIM standards by sector and to assist project teams in the development of base models for towers, entertainment facilities, and large-scale multi-phase development projects. Emily provided project reviews for best practices for data management and provided emergency support with file issues. Emily has instructed lunch sessions at CBT on topics such parameter analysis, phasing, shared coordinates, and project development. She spent a significant amount of time managing the CBT Revit content library and directing staff members in content review and development for over 2,000 BIM families.
Beyond architectural and technology support services, Emily also provided marketing, branding and graphic support to the CIO for all IT initiatives and developed submissions for high-level speaking engagements such as the innovation presentation for MicroCAD and Autodesk's The Future of Making Things: An Executive Briefing and Autodesk University 2016. Emily was recently a speaker on the SGH panel discussing innovation in technology and she was also a speaker at Autodesk University in Las Vegas on FormIt integration in existing conditions analysis.
Emily is a graduate of CUA 12 (Master of Architecture, concentration in Real Estate Development) and of RISD 09 (Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Interior Architecture). Emily previously worked at TK&A and MG2 and was the project manager and a designer of the award-winning HP MIMIC Ultimate Smart Office of the Future Competition through Talenthouse for clients HP and Microsoft. design portfolio: www.emilydunne.com photography portfolio: www.bisagadunne.com hiking: www.onepartwild.com